Cold Body Sculpting

Refine and shape your body without surgery

cold body sculpting

If you’re one of the millions of people around the world who have stubborn fat bulges they’d like to get rid of, but don’t want to go under the knife, Cold Body Sculpting could be for you. This is an ideal treatment for people who are in shape but can’t move stubborn pockets of fat such as:

  • Love handles
  • Man boobs
  • Back fat
  • Flabby arms
  • Double chin

Cold Body Sculpting is a safe, non-invasive treatment designed to target unwanted body fat that is difficult to remove, despite a healthy diet and regular exercise. During a treatment, your skin is chilled which causes underlying fat cells to gradually and naturally die off, resulting in a reduction of fat in the area treated.

The procedure is quick, painless and requires no recovery time. No needles, lasers, or sharp objects are needed. Developed by a team of leading dermatologists who pioneered laser hair removal, more than 200,000 Cold Body Sculpting treatments have been performed worldwide.

Who It’s For

Anyone who is within 5-10kg of their goal weight and has tried exercise and diet without being able to lose pockets of fat in some areas. It is not a treatment for weight loss, rather a ‘spot treatment’. Our doctor will determine if you are a good candidate.

The Results

The results of Cold Body Sculpting are long term. Once your body processes and eliminates the treated fat cells, they’re gone for good. A healthy diet and physical activity will ensure you continue seeing the results long after your treatment.

How Long

While the effects of the treatment differ for every patient, you may begin to notice changes within 3 weeks. Full results should be visible around 8 to 12 weeks after the procedure. Many patients find success after just 1 treatment, but you may need more.

Give your health the kickstart it needs.

Get in touch today to arrange a consultation and get a treatment plan tailored to your individual needs.

Doctors reserve the right to decline treatment or stop if the patients are found not suitable for treatment.